5 Reasons to Buy a Tiny House: Join the Tiny House Movement


Tiny houses have been gaining popularity in recent years largely due to their low cost and simple maintenance. While a traditional American home is roughly 2,687 square feet on average, tiny homes are typically between 100 and 400 square feet. If you’re unsure if downsizing is the right move for you, consider these five reasons to buy a tiny house.

More Mobility

Tiny houses don’t have a permanent foundation which allows you to easily move via connecting them to a truck and towing them wherever you want. As such, you won’t have to go through the tiring process of selling and purchasing a new home every time you need or want to move. For the easiest transportation, you can even choose to purchase a tiny home on wheels.


One of the main reasons to buy a tiny house is how cost-effective they are. In addition to saving thousands of dollars on the initial cost of the house, you will also save money on utilities each month. As it requires far less energy to heat and cool a small space, your electric bill will be a fraction of the cost of a traditional-sized home.

Environmentally Friendly

Because tiny houses consume far less energy than larger homes, they are also much better for the environment. Plus, many tiny homeowners find that solar and other forms of green heating are sufficient for heating the entire home due to its small area. This use of eco-friendly electricity will reduce your carbon footprint as well as your utility bill.

Easy Maintenance

Due to the minimal and simple structure of tiny homes, owners are often able to do much of the maintenance themselves. This option eliminates the need to hire expensive services to assist them with complicated plumbing and electrical wiring.

Quick Cleaning

Since tiny homes are so small, cleaning them takes far less time than if they were a larger home. By spending less time and energy on basic household chores, you will have more free time to pursue your interests, spend time with family, or go out with friends.

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